BHC Since: 2006
Registration/Certification: Professional Engineer, WA; Professional Engineer, AK
Education: MS, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering and Sciences at Stanford University; BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington
Bio: John is a process and civil engineer that enjoys working with clients to help improve their municipal infrastructure. His goal is to create environmentally friendly, long-lasting solutions that are tailored to his client’s needs. John grew up locally in Bremerton and was commonly out on the Puget Sound and the Straights of Juan de Fuca fishing for the elusive salmon. It was on those fishing trips that he first fell in love with the beauty of the water and the Northwest, and where he forged a desire to protect it. John strives to continue to grow, and as a result, has a broad range of experience with projects including; water distribution, municipal sewage collection systems, pump stations and treatment improvements, and landfill leachate collection and treatment projects.
John and his wife Michele are proud parents of two active boys, Cole and Sam. When they are not coaching one of them in soccer, or watching them play lacrosse, they love to get up into the mountains to share time with them on the ski slopes.
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